Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Why Did Greenland's Vikings Vanish?, Fake Trees of World War I, The Holocaust's Great Escape and More

Why Did Greenland's Vikings Vanish?, Fake Trees of World War I, The Holocaust's Great Escape and More

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Smithsonian History & Archaeology    MARCH 2017

Skeletons Found Under a Florida Wine Shop May Be Some of America’s First Colonists

The skeletons, found in St. Augustine, Florida, likely date to the first decades of the oldest European settlement in the United States

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Excavations inside the Fiesta Mall (City of St. Augustine)

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These Fake Trees Were Used as Spy Posts on the Front Lines of World War I

These Fake Trees Were Used as Spy Posts on the Front Lines of World War I

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The Political Cartoon That Explains the Battle Over Reconstruction

The Political Cartoon That Explains the Battle Over Reconstruction

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For More Than 150 Years, Texas Has Had the Power to Secede…From Itself

For More Than 150 Years, Texas Has Had the Power to Secede…From Itself

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The Fake British Radio Show That Helped Defeat the Nazis

The Fake British Radio Show That Helped Defeat the Nazis

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Why Did Greenland's Vikings Vanish?

Why Did Greenland's Vikings Vanish?

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Announcing the Finalists of the Smithsonian.com 14th Annual Photo Contest

The True Story of the Reichstag Fire and the Nazi Rise to Power

The True Story of the Reichstag Fire and the Nazi Rise to Power

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Puerto Ricans Got U.S. Citizenship 100 Years Ago—But Their Identity Remains Fraught

Puerto Ricans Got U.S. Citizenship 100 Years Ago—But Their Identity Remains Fraught

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The Holocaust's Great Escape

The Holocaust's Great Escape

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Andrew Jackson Was a Populist Even on His Deathbed

Andrew Jackson Was a Populist Even on His Deathbed

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How a Soap Opera Virus Felled Hundreds of Students in Portugal

How a Soap Opera Virus Felled Hundreds of Students in Portugal

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Oldest-Known Image of Confucius Found in Tomb of Disgraced Emperor

Oldest-Known Image of Confucius Found in Tomb of Disgraced Emperor

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The Horrors of the  'Great Slave Auction'

The Horrors of the 'Great Slave Auction'

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New McDonalds Has a Cool Design Element: an Ancient Roman Road

New McDonalds Has a Cool Design Element: an Ancient Roman Road

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